Remaining 'Wicked' performances at Wharton Center canceled
Due to the rising concerns of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the remaining “WICKED” performances scheduled for April 14-19 are canceled and will not be rescheduled.
Four individuals receive the Patenge Medal of Public Service award
Four distinguished leaders have been selected to receive the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s highest honor — The Walter F. Patenge Medal of Public Service award.View story photos
Volunteer programming goes virtual
Service and acts of philanthropy are always needed, especially in times of crisis. With the need to practice social distancing, opportunities may seem limited.
Broad College of Business helps companies overcome hiring challenges brought by COVID-19
The Russell Palmer Career Management Center, housed in the Eli Broad College of Business, is helping corporate partners that are facing hiring challenges due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
The BEACON, the bacteria and the rough-skinned newt
In a paper published in the open-access journal “eLife,” Michigan State University College of Natural Science, or NatSci, graduate Patric Vaelli, now conducting postdoctoral studies at Harvard, just made the story of the rough-skinned newt a lot more complex.View story photos
Stronger together: how students are fighting COVID-19
In the face of great need, it’s natural to want to help. That’s how Courtney Merlo, a first-year College of Osteopathic Medicine student, got involved in the effort to give back.
MSU’s Composites Institute donates personal protective gear in Detroit
MSU's Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovationn partnered with LIFT to donate personal protective equipment to the Community Health and Social Services Center in Detroit.View story photos
MSU Libraries help unite local PPE makers and ramp up face shield production
For more than 150 years, MSU Libraries have used their resources, skills and knowledge to help the MSU community. Now they’re helping in a whole new way, working together and with others on campus to produce Personal Protective Equipment in the Hollander MakerSpace and helping to unite the local community of PPE makers.View story photos
Sharing knowledge globally in a time of crisis
First established more than 150 years ago, land-grant universities such as MSU are dedicated to ensure that all residents of the United States are provided with the knowledge they need to work productively, succeed individually and contribute to the common good of their country.View story photos
Martha Meaders, librarian emeritus, died March 31. Meaders joined the staff in 1964 and retired in 1989.